By Hans A Bethe; A Guran; Herbert Überall; et al

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However, there have been only a few ocean acoustic experiments designed to measure these effects. Horizontal refraction was investigated by Doolittle et al. ^ on die east Australian continental slope. " in the Gulf of Mexico, and also by Dosso and Chapman^* off the west coast of Canada. The experiment by Doolittle et al. ^ investigated horizontal refraction of underwater sound propagadon over a sloping bottom. The experiment took place over the continental slope on the east coast of Australia. 43° nearshore, to 17° 50 kilometers from shore.

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X-x,) 8^ ii ^ y ^ , It is a trivial matter to show that this equation satisfies the boundary conditions at the interface and also gives a solution to the Helmholtz equation in the region above the interface. If w e consider a fluid/fluid interface then the reflection coefficient will be given by (15) V(p) = P[(^ COS(